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for the bridges. now we did have a chance to talk with cal tran. they just want to remind you to really take it easy. look from the management center in oakland shows you they do monitor the freeways in realtime. they do ask that you be very careful on the roadways and pay attention to the interchangeable message signs. we did talk to a chp officer earlier this morning. he stopped by but had to take off in a quick manner because he needed to respond to an accident and a spinout. that going on around the region this morning. the rain again has let up just a little bit. as steve mentioned it looks pretty good. we will continue to watch this as well as the flash flood watch for the north bay area. i was in talking with the chp officer he mentioned something kind of interesting. he said this wind can really, really wreak havoc on our morning drive. what it does do is help to blow some of that rain off of the roadways and helps to at least prevent a little bit of flooding and puddling along the roadways. so i thought that was really interesting. also you may already know this but the center lane
? we have a story of a man who went 100,000 miles. not for a camel. cal has a new football coach. his name and resume' coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. fierce fighter. but as sharon chin reports, north bay farm workers haved their own >>> when is it comes to farm worker rights, cesar chavez was a fierce fighter but as sharon chin reports north bay farm workers have had their own faithful friend for the past 30 years this week's jefferson award winner. >>> reporter: 60-year-old moases sanchez has a place to call home. he spent mean years homeless and nearly four decades as a migrant worker in the napa valley vineyard. >> sometimes sleeping in the car. >> reporter: or in the fields. >> it's very have hard. >> reporter: but at the river ranch farm worker housing center in st. helena he and 60 other laborers get bedrooms, three meals a day and hot showers. >> he rest much better. he doesn't real
of storms on top of northern cal, and washington. we will have the latest on all of that. and check this out. the holiday crusade. one girl is on a quest. her little boy wants to be a chef for christmas but all the easy bake ovens are two girly. what this young activist is doing about it. she's extraordinary. and the winners, a couple claiming their share of the $588 million power ball jackpot but the mystery continues this morning, who has the other tickets. and we go behind the scenes with the secret santa. an unidentified guy handing out cash to people hit hard from super storm sandy. wait until you see the reaction this man gets. it's an incredible story. hope you will join us. >> we will, of course. thank you, dan, so much. >> thanks. >> in sports, tonight the first place warriors host the pacers at oracle arena at 7:30. last night stanford came out smelling like rows in the pac-12 championship game against ucla. here's the highlights. >>> good morning. after beating ucla six days ago the cardinals and bruins met last night with a trip to the rose bowl on the line and this was a knock d
will be in global consumer banking the company calling it a cal next step in its -- it a logical next step in its transformation. november jobs report friday, just got a report today from payroll company saying the economy added fewer than expected jobs they blame hurricane sandy for part of that decline. we'll see what the government has to say in a couple of days. stocks holding on to positive, -- [ unintelligible ] facebook is one of the stocks we are watching trading slightly higher stocks getting extra attention getting added to the nasdaq 100 index next week that could help facebook. have you been in better spirits lately? sales of alcoholic drinks at restaurants saw a 5% jump. researchers say booze-buying is on track to go up this year and next. according to consumers part of the increase has to do with food and drink pairings that we are seeing at so many restaurants, beer dinners and tequila tastings. i'm sure you see that every morning, right? i'm jane king, at the new york stock exchange. >>> we are on the storm watch this morning, we have live team coverage we start with mike and a lo
turned into a retreat for birds including the great blue heron. cal took photos and enjoyed the solitude on the bike path, a nice break from the storm's impact on his home. >> we live if campbell and we've had quite a bit of water on the property and trees coming down. not coming down. branches banging against the house, that kind of stuff. >> reporter: a reminder to prepare now while you are have a chance so you don't need emergency assistance this weekend. >> now let's check in with sheryl herd with the situation in the north bay. sheryl in. >> reporter: the north bay still has a lot ofoutages, but, wow, what a difference an hour makes. at 5:00, i was standing here, there was no rain. now it's starting to rain pretty hard and it's really windy. i talked to a pg&e worker earlier today and he says he's not getting a lot of sleep because this storm is pretty bad. heavy rain and wind brought people like steve sergeant to the hardware store in mill valley today. >> it's scary because we're way up on the hillside. there's been floods and slides. it gets pretty bad. >> reporter: bad is how it
discussed the in this cal cliff and how congress can prevent it. if congress does nothing every family will see their taxes go up at its beginning of next year. a typical middle class family of cow will see them rise by $2,200. >> he urged congress to pass a law to stop the tax hike. . >> i'm willing to move forward in good faith. our framework still stands. instead of raising tax rates we can produce similar amount of revenue, reforming the tax code to close loopholes and lower tax rates. >> house speaker again saying that the talks are going nowhere and saying more needs to happen. the speaker said they are at a stalemate and hundreds of billions of dollars in tax increases and spends cuts would take effect. >> oakland mayor has appointed swanson to be her deputy mayor. he will start on monday. he was co chair of her mayoral campaign. >> oakland parolee has plead no contest to connection could a deadly assault. prosecutors say ace be medicare dan ankles mcdanieel beat a maneuver was shot to death. the oakland mayor said the shooting was part of the reason they decided to clear o
problems. there's no chp or cal trans so it may just be an isolated incident. looking at your ride through the east bay, a heavy commute and interstate 580 and westbound direction. south bay freeways, a little more slowing for 1 01 northbound. there's an accident northbound at first street that could start to back up the right here. the north bay commute is already getting some have become traffic south, 1 01 with an accident of port reported at lucas valley road that could slow the ride and the northern iran can you could become a hot spot. the bay bridge in year westbound right here the backup is pretty steady, has not grown much. the commute for the west palm bay bridge ride and cemetery ridge a little slower. the golden gate bridge ride it looks good as you head south one-on-one from marin county down to the pay gates and the presidio parkway. >> watching wall street the fiscal cliff negotiations may not be going well with the housing market coming in strong. the dallas 45 and we are back over the 13,000 mark. home prices rose in october the most is seen in six years a 6.3% climb in ho
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